Radiohead's fourth album, 'Kid A,' does its best to disassociate itself from a pop music world that's gone terribly wrong.
Ke$ha's music has been called 'repulsive, obnoxious, and ridiculously catchy.' She'll take that as a compliment, thank you very much.
It's an old story—parents split and fight for custody. But when both are women, and one says she is no longer gay, it gets complicated.
Parents should think twice before pushing their children toward the altar. According to "Marriage: The Good, the Bad and the Greedy," a paper published by the American Sociological Association, married people are significantly less likely than the unmarried to visit their parents and siblings.
Why Dunkin' Donuts shouldn't have caved in the controversy over Rachael Ray's 'kaffiyeh' scarf.
Hillsdale High shows why small schools make a big difference.
The growing threat that your good name will be unfairly besmirched online has given rise to a new industry: Internet reputation repair. Companies like ReputationHawk and Reputation Defender aim to push offending material down a few search pages, where most users won't see it.
They're bungling ballads in Kazakhstan, mauling Bollywood favorites in India and shout-singing Beyoncé numbers in Bolivia. Most every country—even those that lack running water and free elections—has its own version of "American Idol." This is not necessarily a bad thing.